Bali Accommodation & Holidays Guide
Indonesia, Southeast Asia
Indonesia's "Island of the Gods" is well known for its exquisite beaches, rich natural landscape and engaging local culture. As one of the most cherished tourist destinations in Southeast Asia, Bali is blessed with beautiful hillside volcanoes, scenic rice fields and a deeply spiritual sensibility that captivates visitors with both is depth and generosity. With its amazing surf, ceremonial performances and abundance of ancient sightseeing locations, Bali attracts both young backpackers and jet setters alike.
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Spend a day relaxing by getting a massage on the beach or visiting a refreshing spa before heading off to some of the nightspots in Kuta. With world-class surfing locations at your doorstep, get your adrenaline pumping by trying out a watersport. The quiet southeastern islands with their crystal clear water and colourful tropical marine life are popular locations for diving. For families, learn woodcarving or batik painting, or go on a guided tour to learn the unique culture and history of the Balinese people at Tanah Lot. At the end of it all, head to the Banjar hot springs above Lovina Beach to enjoy the therapeutic natural sulphur water before heading back to your resort.
Kuta in the South is the best known resort area and is the epicentre of surfing culture, nightlife and shopping. To the East, the active volcano Mount Agung coexists with laid back coastal villages and upscale resorts that cater to families and older travellers. The mellow beach towns of Amed, Lovina and Pemuteran offer serene idylls perfect for quiet relaxation. In the north, beaches feature special black-coloured sand as a result of volcanic ash. The centre of Bali is the cultural heart of the island and is home to the artistic hub of Ubud, famous for its artist workshops, galleries and temples.